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|Oakley Radar EV Path Prizm Sunglasses - Men's
When you're out in the elements, constantly pushing your body to the limits, it's obvious that your eyes need top-performing optics. Oakley has finely tuned their Radar EV Path Prizm Sunglasses to meet the needs of the best athletes in the world. These interchangeable, sporty shades are equipped...
|Oakley Radar EV Path Sunglasses - Men's
Refusing to develop eyewear technology that isn't deemed first-in-class, Oakley again comes through with the Radar EV Path Sunglasses. Designed to be worn by the world's top athletes, these shades are equipped with stress-resistant Plutonite lenses that eliminate 100% of all harmful UV-rays,...
|Oakley Radar EV Path Sunglasses - Polarized - Men's
Cyclists favor the Polarized Radar EV Path Sunglasses because Oakley equipped them with some of the most innovative optics since the evolution of the eyeball. Oakley's HD Polarized technology filters out 99% of reflected glare, while Plutonite lenses resist100% of UVA, UVB, UVC, and harmful blue...
|Oakley Radar Path Photochromic Sunglasses - Men's
Get automatic light adjustment and a customized fit no matter your sport with the Oakley Radar Path Photochromic Sunglasses. The Radar Path's photochromic lens automatically adjusts to different light conditions while maintaining visual contrast, and features Oakley's High Definition Optics, as...
|Oakley Radar Path Polarized Sunglasses - Men's
The Jet Black frame offers full-on fashion versatility -- no matter what you wear, Jet Black is the perfect match. But what sets this model apart from the rest of its Radar brethren is its lens technology. Oakley has long spread the gospel about their Black Iridium lenses: It's a superb choice...
|Oakley Radar Path Sunglasses - Men's
Oakley pioneered single-lens sports eyewear way back when in 1983, but they haven't released a markedly new cycling-focused design since 1990. Yes, the M-Frames were futuristic back then, but the style has been kind of ho-hum for years. It's still iconic, but is now conservative, when Oakley made...